“I am not a model student! A kid like me shouldn’t have to know this! You have no idea-” I cut off as I realised who I was with and where I was. I turned to moodily glare out the window and she approached me. I felt her fingers on my shoulder. I turned to look at her true form, that of a skeleton and her teeth smiled at me permanently.
“Oh, please continue my dearest Jun. A kid like you? Oo, if I hadn’t sworn to the Principal that I would keep my tongue I would tell you everything I know but then you would get upset, wouldn’t you?” She mocked, smiling crookedly, “And then little itty bitty Jun would do something he could never forgive himself and his Daddy waddy would have to save him again.” I stood up, knocking her hand away.
“And you call yourself a teacher? You shame all those who hold that title.” I threw my bag onto my shoulder. “Don’t bother trying to stop me Ms. Handerson; I’ll just jump out the window if you try. I won’t handle this kind of harassment.” She chuckled.
“Running already Jun? Scared?” I paused in my gliding gate across the room to ponder that thought before I laughed.
“Scared?” I turned to look at her and the colour drained from her already pale face. “You have no idea.” I slammed the door behind me to find that Meir was standing in the hallway leaning against a locker. I rolled my eyes before I tried to pass him but with each step he’d get in my way. Finally I just gave up and threw my hands up.
“What do you want from me?!” I yelled at him and he smiled.
“I want your blood.” I stared at him as he tilted his head to the side like he was a toddler. “I thought it was obvious.” He stated smiling. I stared at him for a long time before I sighed and shook my head.